How I Went From Solely Making Sample Based Music to Designing Some of the Most Used Sounds in Electronic Music Without Watching Youtube Tutorials or Having A Mentor


How I Went From Solely Making Sample Based Music to Designing Some of the Most Used Sounds in Electronic Music Without Watching Youtube Tutorials or Having A Mentor

I started out with no knowledge on sound design at all. But after spending 8-12 hours a day, 6 days a week focusing on just sound design for the past 3 years, I’ve discovered some of the most effective sound design techniques.

There weren’t decent tutorials or good presets to learn from at the time, so my methods come strictly from trial and error and won’t be found anywhere else.

I’ve never really revealed these tips to anyone before, but after getting so many questions about my sound design, I decided to create a 30 day regime that you can follow to quickly and efficiently improve your sound design.

I highly suggest you go through this regiment step-by-step if you want to get the most of these next 30 days.

Then, once you’ve downloaded it, make sure to scroll down to the bottom to learn how to reverse engineer a HUGE sounding, yet simple preset we recently created. It’s actually a remake of the Jack U “Febreze” lead with our own twist to it.

Reverse engineering is the heart of learning sound design, so completing both steps is crucial!

Results will definitely depend on how much time you dedicate to these techniques, but you should be able to tap into different genres, adapt your sound, and start recreating your favorite sounds after a few rounds of this regime.

If you decide to take on this sound design challenge, post in the comments where you are NOW in your sound design journey.

I’d love to follow along and see where this information takes you.

Cheers,

-Drew (Co-founder & Lead Sound Designer of Cymatics)

P.S. I’ve recently stumbled upon a couple of Serum techniques that I’m pretty sure no other producer knows about.

They aren’t actually included in this regime because I didn’t want to overwhelm you with too much information, but I did use them in our up and coming Serum pack.

I’d rather you focus on mastering sound design today than wondering about these unrevealed sound design techniques, so I won’t mention too much about them, but I will say:

When you see the presets in this new sound bank, you’ll probably spend the next few months doing nothing but reverse engineering them.

And if you’re anything like me, you’ll end up ONLY using these new techniques on every sound you make.

Watch Video 2 on How to Reverse Engineer Presets Effectively
to Speed Up Your Learning Process here:

Click Here to Watch Video 2

I started out with no knowledge on sound design at all. But after spending 8-12 hours a day, 6 days a week focusing on just sound design for the past 3 years, I’ve discovered some of the most effective sound design techniques.

There weren’t decent tutorials or good presets to learn from at the time, so my methods come strictly from trial and error and won’t be found anywhere else.

I’ve never really revealed these tips to anyone before, but after getting so many questions about my sound design, I decided to create a 30 day regime that you can follow to quickly and efficiently improve your sound design.

I highly suggest you go through this regime step-by-step if you want to get the most of these next 30 days.

Results will definitely depend on how much time you dedicate to these techniques, but you should be able to tap into different genres, adapt your sound, and start recreating your favorite sounds after a few rounds of this regime.

If you decide to take on this sound design challenge, post in the comments where you are NOW in your sound design journey.

I’d love to follow along and see where this information takes you.

Cheers,

-Drew (Co-founder & Lead Sound Designer of Cymatics)

P.S. I’ve recently stumbled upon a couple of Serum techniques that I’m pretty sure no other producer knows about.

They aren’t actually included in this regime because I didn’t want to overwhelm you with too much information, but I did use them in our up and coming Serum pack.

I’d rather you focus on mastering sound design today than wondering about these unrevealed sound design techniques, so I won’t mention too much about them, but I will say:

When you see the presets in this new sound bank, you’ll probably spend the next few months doing nothing but reverse engineering them.

And if you’re anything like me, you’ll end up ONLY using these new techniques on every sound you make.

Watch Video 2 on How to Reverse Engineer Presets Effectively
to Speed Up Your Learning Process here:

Click Here to Watch Video 2

HAVE A QUESTION?

Please leave a comment with any questions about sound design
or just let me know what you think of the video and PDF. 🙂